Real Inn Tijuana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... and dropped us at Revolution Road, the main tourist centre, outside Caesar restaurant where apparently Caesar salad was first made here.We walked around the area very conscience of where we were. So many people had warned us to be careful. This was the first time we felt we must wear our money belts. We wanted to experience a taco meal so stopped for lunch at a very nice restaurant. The waiter was charming and gave us maps ...
... of the house was a sauna. The sheer outside temperature plus have 10 or so people sweating away, made for a spicy work place. Just like yesterday, we needed to maintain a fast pace to stay on schedule. The house needed to be finished mid-afternoon, so we could unpack and organize the home contents that we were also being provided to the family. The "home package" that we were providing also included a bunk bed, simple propane ...
... up at the Starline office where you take in your travel voucher and they check you in and give you another voucher t give to your driver.
We had a bus full but found out we were the only ones going to Mexico today as the others were going to San Diego zoo.
He talked briefly about the trip Don't drink the aster as you will get sick as they put chemicals in the water. Only drink bottled water. Do not leave the main street as it becomes the red ...
... fellow surfer. Kirk buddy! You are missed by many... ride those epic wave Bro!
OK, time to get going and enjoy a visit with Karen:). With her address plugged in and only 4 mins away, it takes me through some beautiful southern California country. Amazing how it changes as you head inland, and before you know it I'm driving in country that reminds me of Kelowna and that area. If only Kelowna was that close to the sea... oh and ...
... br> We are not only going back to where San Diego started, but also the birthplace of California. Discovered was it by the Spanish and we were up at the Presidio – the first military base built by the Spanish in 1769 – they also built a mission at that time (there were 21 in all in California, but we skipped this one). On the plaza we visited today was the first American flag raised in 1846 by a US lieutenant.
One thing ...